From time to time I receive free books. The sending party is not really looking for me to do a formal review or report, I expect they want me to read it, so I do. Sometimes these books are good and sometimes I put the book down hoping no one will take it seriously.
Over the weekend I received a copy of Thom Rainer’s book, “Autopsy of a Deceased Church“.
I am one of those people who do make a first judgment of a book by it’s cover. I read the book cover (front and back) before cracking the book spine and make way to one of my favorite parts of any book, the table of contents. I usually read the chapter titles out loud to anyone in the same room with me. So, Renee has just endured me reading the chapter titles.
This book is broken up into two parts. Part One: the Autopsy. Part Two: Twelve Responses
With all due respect, I’ll start the introduction before bed time and depending how that goes will determine what time I turn the light off. I’ll keep you updated.
If you’ve read this book already, feel free to share your opinion with me below. I’ll try to be kind in my review while at the same time I expect to be challenged and encouraged.
Let the reading begin…